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ALL SPRUCED UP - All Our Daily Bread Daily Devotionals for 2022

ALL SPRUCED UP details logo Our Daily Bread - Wednesday, January 20, 2016
by RBC Ministries
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ALL SPRUCED UP

READ:
Jude 1:20-25


Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy,
-Jude 1:24

THE BIBLE IN ONE YEAR:
Genesis 49-50
Matthew 13:31-58

Getting our children to look good for church was always a challenge. Ten minutes after arriving at church all spruced up, our little Matthew would look like he didn’t have parents. I’d see him running down the hall with his shirt half untucked, glasses cockeyed, shoes scuffed up, and cookie crumbs decorating his clothes. Left to himself, he was a mess.
I wonder if that is how we look sometimes. After Christ has clothed us in His righteousness, we tend to wander off and live in ways that make us look like we don’t belong to God. That’s why Jude’s promise that Jesus is “able to keep you from stumbling, and to present you faultless” gives me hope (Jude 1:24).
How can we keep from looking like we don’t have a heavenly Father? As we become more yielded to His Spirit and His ways, He will keeps us from stumbling. Think of how increasingly righteous our lives would become if we would take time in His Word to be cleansed with “the washing of water by the word” (Ephesians 5:26).
What a blessing that Jesus promises to take our stumbling, dishevelled lives and present us faultless to the Father! May we increasingly look like children of the King as we reflect His loving care and attention. – Joe Stowell
Lord, thank You for the blessing of being clothed in Your beautiful righteousness and the promise that You will keep me from stumbling and present me spotless before Your Father and my God!

To reflect the presence of the Father, we must rely on the Son.





 

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